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What would you pay the two women?

By Bertram de Souza (Contact)


Published January 5, 2009

Cindy Stankoski and Vanessa Stout want more than the $200,000 — a lot more, in fact — the state of Ohio is offering to settle sexual harrassment complaints they filed against Anthony Gutierrez when all three were working in the Ohio Attorney General's Office. Stankoski and Stout went public with their complaints that ultimately brought down Attorney General Marc Dann and members of his inner circle, including Gutierrez.

The lawyer for the women, who admitted that they had no specific qualifications when they were hired by Gutierrez, who was director of general services, rejected a $200,000 offer from the state and is sticking to his $900,000 demand — plus attorney's fees.

Since Dann of Liberty Township resigned in shame, Nancy Rogers, dean of the Ohio State University law school, has been acting AG. This week, Richard Cordray, who has served as state treasurer, will be sworn in as the state's top lawyer.

It will be up to Cordray to decide whether two women who got their jobs by virtue of their friendship with Gutierrez, and not because they were qualified in any way to work in the state's largest law firm, should walk away with a cool $1 million of taxpayer money.

What is the going rate for such women who claim sexual harrassment?

What would you pay?


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1apollo(1227 comments)posted 5 years, 6 months ago

They were already paid far more than they were worth. Paying unqualified employees for the intended purpose of their hiring that they are now suing for is silly.

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2ytownboy22(64 comments)posted 5 years, 6 months ago

The State made a reasonable offer. It was flatly rejected. Let them fight it out in court. Pay them an amount commensurate with the actual damage incurred. DO NOT reward these two bimbets with an excessive amount. If they proceed to court, throw the house at them and report their actions and culpability. I hate to quote Geo Bush but, "bring it on!!"

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3Stan(9923 comments)posted 5 years, 6 months ago

In the interests of economic stimulus give them $500,000 each.

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4TheLostPatrol(754 comments)posted 5 years, 6 months ago

I'd give both of them an eight-piece place setting of Fiesta Ware, ten "free delivery" pizza's from Domino's, a case of Budweiser, a fifty dollar gift card from Victoria's Secret, and a lifetime supply of both Preparation-H lip fungus medication and K-Y gel; then send them on there merry way.

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